Do you believe in fairies?

Have you ever lost something in your room, searched for it for an hour, give up, then turn around to find it practically in front of your face? In a place you could have sworn you checked already?

Have you ever been thinking about someone who you haven’t talked to in a while, only to hear your phone go off because they texted you?

Have you ever had your iPod on shuffle and hear a song that is eerily appropriate for whatever situation you’re in?

…And you thought fairies weren’t real.

I think that fairies sometimes borrow your things, but return them later. I think they whisper in that someone’s ear just as they pop into your mind. I think they place the song 42nd Street next in your iPod’s invisible queue just as you step on to that very street the song is about.

Now, don’t go calling the white coats on me. I have never seen a tiny little human with wings and a wand flitting about. I’m just saying I believe in the idea that there is magic out there. That everything isn’t just random. That it’s not a coincidence that your phone went off in your room just as you were about to leave the house without it. That you didn’t meet that stranger who made you smile on a day you needed it most just by chance.

I truly feel that believing in magic, in fairies, in love, in fantasy – to believe in all that doesn’t make you crazy. It just means you have a big heart and an even bigger imagination. And you wouldn’t believe the places you can go, the adventures you can have – all you need is faith and trust…and pixie dust of course.

Do you believe in fairies? I do, I do. 

~ by Valerie Anne on 05/09/2012.

2 Responses to “Do you believe in fairies?”

  1. Love this idea and image so much. I feel like this link should be included:

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